Because assault and battery usually results in criminal charges, most people do not realize victims can also file a personal injury claim against their assailants.
If you have been the victim of domestic violence or other attack, you may be able to seek monetary compensation for your damages.
Some of the most common types of assault and battery cases include the following:
If you have been the victim of a violent attack that resulted in injury, the first thing you should always do is call the police and tell them what happened. Do not be afraid to give a statement so that your version of the story is reported. Afterward, even if you think your injuries are minor, it doesn’t hurt to get checked out and cleared by a healthcare provider. Finally, contact a personal injury attorney for a consultation. This is conduct for which there is often a civil remedy; that is, a tort or personal injury case.
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